“Let’s face it. Indy’s east side gets a bad rap, to the point that in some quarters it’s considered newsworthy to live there. For many, it’s a land of mystery and intrigue, but not every mystery is worth solving.” Alex Mattingly considers a few that are.
“I’m all about alerting people to opportunities they’re missing.” Here are some of the things Ken Honeywell thinks would improve your life if you’d just stop ignoring them.
How many ways can you write that teaser? Ken Honeywell practices.
“These community pitch-ins for our basketball (or football) team are always sold within the context of the great economic impact the team has on our city. And that is just a lie.” Ken Honeywell loves the Pacers, too.
“By all accounts, Briley Bryant was a beautiful child, a coffee-colored cupid crowned with a halo of dark curls. But it wasn’t just his beauty that impressed, it was his soul.” A Mythic Indy story by Corey Michael Dalton.
“One day, the shaman approached Meri uneasily. He was hesitant at first, but finally told her about one power they had yet to tap…” A Mythic Indy story by Jason de Koff.